Marshall Lee Wiggins

November 4, 2020

Marshall Lee Wiggins died on October 30,2020, at 48 years of age. He is from Cantonment, FL and graduated from West Florida Baptist Academy.

Marshall was a great dad, and loved God, his kids, and his family from Georgia to Molino, FL. He was a southern boy at heart, loved old country and 80’s music. He volunteered with Cantonment Fire Department and loved driving his big rig semi-trucks and tractors on the old Georgia farm at Grandma’s. Marshall was a charmer, had an infectious laugh and a tender heart.

His three kids and family miss him so much!

Marshall is survived by son, Justin (JT) Wiggins, and daughters Keeley and Kailyn Wiggins; Kristina Wiggins; parents, Lloyd and Donna Wiggins; sister, Jodi Wiggins, and many extended family members who miss him dearly, but joy in knowing he is in Heaven.

Pallbearers include Harley Burton, Harry Coman, Larry Coman, Richard Hinckley, Randall Smith, Charles Thomas, Kyle Walker and Lorrell Wiggins.

Honorary pallbearer Beth Wiggins.

In lieu of flowers, please visit Marshall’s family GoFundMe campaign.


One Response to “Marshall Lee Wiggins”

  1. Jodi on November 26th, 2020 6:40 am

    I love you brother! I miss you every day, but I’m glad I will see you again in heaven… You are gone too soon! My big bro…..

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